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    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...ght=bomb+proof

    Post Number 64. I built one of these without the wheels. It has been outside on the edge of the woods in my yard about five years with a FXHO hull on it with no problems. I used treated 2 x 4's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKUDZUKI View Post
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...ght=bomb+proof

    Post Number 64. I built one of these without the wheels. It has been outside on the edge of the woods in my yard about five years with a FXHO hull on it with no problems. I used treated 2 x 4's.
    Awesome thank you

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    This was helpful...thanks.

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    Ok guys this is what i did, followed the plans and used pressure treated wood with 3 inch decking screws and some rebar to secure into ground. Very very sturdy and perfect for what i was looking for. Will probably put another together for the machines i part. Thats for the help guysClick image for larger version. 

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    Finally have the project gp out of the garage and on its home till its warm enough for a test ride. This stand works extremely well and for these smaller skis theres no reason to have a winch to get off the trailerClick image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by turboman412 View Post
    Yes that is exact idea and what i am planning on accomplishing without the aluminum top.
    Not sure if this is “on the mark” or not but, I had a similar issue in that our skis are stored off season in a pretty nice climate controlled secure facility where each owner has a 10’ x 20’ or even 30’ long “parking space” to put their toys; however; I wanted to make 100% sure my skis didn’t get moved (since doing so is extremely easy as I used 5” casters on all my DIY “bombproof” carts) so, once where I wanted them, I simply used a floor Jack to lift each end of the cart up onto a prsr trtd 6x6 laid width wise. Works like a charm!

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